Student Notices - Oct. 6, 2021

Hey Cambie! It’s Wellness Wednesday and this week is also mental illness awareness week. For the rest of the week, we will be sharing a brief announcement on mental health because there is no health without mental health! One way to increase mental health is leaning to manage anxiety and stress. Everyone experiences anxiety at times. You might feel anxious when faced with a problem at school, before taking a test, or before making an important decision. It is a normal part of our body’s alarm system. However, anxiety becomes a problem when it stops us from doing the things that we used to be able to do and enjoyed. One way to manage anxiety, is to identify what causes you anxiety. Whether it is a due date, or a person, it may take some time to figure out what is making you anxious. Some causes and triggers can be:


  • Drinking too much caffeine
  • Partaking in drugs and drinking alcohol
  • Stressful work environment
  • Unexpected surprises or uncertainty
  • Phobias such as fear of spiders


For more information on how to identify anxiety triggers, visit or or see Ms. Wilding or Ms. Koo in the counselling centre.



Any students interested in learning how to reduce anxiety around test taking are reminded to sign up for the Test Taking session offered in the counselling centre during PLT time on Wednesdays!

Are you interested in helping with Cambie's yearbook this year? If the answer is yes, please see Ms. Chang to sign up to be part of the Yearbook Club.

Attention all Grade 12 students! Your Grad Council would like to share that we will be hosting our first graduation trip to HALLOWED EVES (formerly known as Fright Night) at the PNE on Saturday October 30th. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased every day until next Wednesday at lunch in the Rotunda. For more details about the event please reach out to any Grad Council member, or DM us on Instagram @cambiegrad2022. Thanks for listening Grads, we hope to see you all there!